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Hannah  Bromberg

Hannah Bromberg, DO

4.9 (34)

Specialty: Hospice & Palliative Medicine

Program: Supportive Care Medicine

Language(s): English

  • Overview

    Dr. Bromberg is an Assistant Member of the Supportive Care Medicine Program. She has always had an interest in complex symptom management while also focusing on a patient’s quality of life and personal goals. During her Undergraduate schooling, she enrolled in several Medical Humanities classes alongside her Biology based curriculum. She later completed several rotations in Hospice and Palliative Care both in Medical School as well as Residency. Dr. Bromberg served as Chief Resident in Family Medicine during her Residency at Jefferson Health Northeast where she created her own Hospice and Palliative Care curriculum in order to better educate physicians in training and current providers. She then completed a Fellowship in Hospice and Palliative Care at the University of South Florida.

    Education & Training

    Board Certification:

    • Family Medicine - Hospice & Palliative Medicine


    • University of South Florida - Hospice and Pallative Care


    • Jefferson Health Northeast - Family Medicine

    Medical School:

    • Nova Southeastern University - DO
  • Publications

    • Bromberg H, Ibanez J. Use of Botulinum Toxin for Effective Management of First Bite Syndrome Secondary to Malignancy: A Case Report. J Palliat Med. 2024 Jun. Pubmedid: 38916059.
    • Bromberg H, Guastella A, Haas M, Akel R, Craig D. Two Patients Experience Same-Day Analgesic Effect of Methadone on Trigeminal Neuralgia Secondary to Malignancy: A Case Report. J Palliat Med. 2023 Jul.26(7):1024-1026. Pubmedid: 36633599.
    • Rajasekhara S, Portman DG, Chang YD, Haas MF, Randich AL, Bromberg HS, Rashid S, Donovan KA. Rate of cannabis use in older adults with cancer. BMJ Support Palliat Care. 2022 Jun.12(2):178-181. Pubmedid: 33177114.
    • Bromberg H, Chang Y, Portman D, Craig D. Application of Topical Lidocaine for Pain Relief in the Setting of Targeted Therapy-Induced Onycholysis: A Case Report. J Palliat Med. 2022 Feb.25(2):335-336. Pubmedid: 34551277.
    • Bromberg H, Chang Y, Craig D. Pruritic Manifestation of Peripheral T Cell Lymphoma Effectively Managed with Mirtazapine: A Case Report. J Pain Palliat Care Pharmacother. 2020 Sep.34(3):153-154. Pubmedid: 32118497.
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    Overall Satisfaction


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